Release Notes: This is a preview release of the 0.14 series. It includes several new or updated translations, a brand new icon-set, many bugfixes, and some enhancements.
Release Notes: This release includes one fix in InChIKey generation and an enhancement of drawing of 3D rotated molecules.
Release Notes: This release brings new options for 3D rotation: the ability to fix one bond and rotate around it, coupled with the possibility to rotate only one part of the molecule to adjust conformation of the molecule. It also includes a few bugfixes and translation updates. This release also finally includes the new Spanish and Italian translations promised in 0.12.5.
Release Notes: A problem with the BLT library reported on Ubuntu 8.10 was fixed (sidestepped) in this release. There are also a few bugfixes, a minor enhancement in form of monoisotopic mass calculation, and new Italian and Spanish translations.
Release Notes: This release fixes a serious bug which caused corrupted files to be saved under specific circumstances. This version is also capable of reading such files.
Release Notes: This release adds a few minor features and fixes a few minor bugs. The new features include drawing of wavy lines that are used to depict the attachment point of a fragment, many more paper sizes, better handling of parts of a drawing that accidentally get out of the paper, and 2D rotation of arrows. Windows binary packages now include PDF export via Cairo.
Release Notes: This release fixes a nasty regression in hydrogen positioning that was introduced in the last release. It also features a new icon contributed by Jakub Szypulka.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed. Enhancements include better drawing of highly strained double bonds and better handling of SMILES.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release in the 0.12 series. It brings a few fixes and enhancements over the last preview release.
Release Notes: This release fixes a serious bug in export plugins based on cairo, which caused BKChem to hang when exporting to SVG and EPS under Windows.